Decadal and Regional Climate Prediction Using Earth System Models: Information for Proposers
Updated on 5/3/12 to Clarify COI Requirement
Electronic Documents: No later than 24
hours after the stated proposal deadline, each lead PI must submit
a concatenated list of conflicts of interest for all participants
involved in the project (see link to spreadsheet below). Note that
for collaborative proposals, only the lead PI for the collaborative
will submit these documents.
Conflicts of Interest Spreadsheet: The reason for requesting a COI spreadsheet is two-fold: 1) It allows NSF personnel to quickly create a large merged database of conflicts, greatly assisting in our efforts to select reviewers and panelists, and 2) prior experience around NSF has shown that COI spreadsheets are often more accurate and up-to-date than Bio Sketches. View a summary of NSF Conflict of Interests: COI Training Link.
This spreadsheet contains a list of all project participants, their institutional affiliations, and a list of all of the people conflicted with each participant. The list also contains information on the institutional affiliation, if known, of the person in conflict. This list will be used by NSF to determine conflicts of interest and must be generated according to instructions on the links below.
- Conflict of Interest Spreadsheet Template (MS-Excel 2007 version) [Older Excel version]
- COI Sample Spreadsheet (MS-Excel
2007 version) [Older Excel
COI Forms: E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the associated proposal number in the subject line.
NSF Data Policy: